Building Control is a critical process where construction is checked by highly skilled building surveyors to ensure buildings are safe, accessible, secure and thermally efficient by meeting government set Building Regulations.
Approved Inspectors are private sector companies and individuals that check your plans and carry-out site inspections to check compliance with the Building Regulations. Approved Inspectors can be used instead of the local authority.
Approved Inspectors are commercially aware and highly skilled surveyors that provide a proactive and customer focused building control service for all types of project across England and Wales.
The Association of Consultant Approved Inspectors (ACAI), the body which represents the majority of the UK’s private Approved Inspectors (AIs) and almost half of the building control industry, has called on newly appointed Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick MP to...read more
The ACAI has called for the Government to clarify the role of Approved Inspectors (AIs) in its plans for a new system of building regulations, after a group of MPs questioned key policy makers responsible for reform. Yesterday, the Commons Committee for Housing,...read more
ACAI Chairman Paul Wilkins has today called for more oversight of high rise inspections following the fire at Grenfell Tower. Speaking at a Westminster Social Policy Forum event on building regulation reform, Mr Wilkins has called for a system of ‘controlled...read more